The Secret of Monkey Island Screenshots (DOS)

User Screenshots

DOS version

Title Screen
Game Start - At the docks
Any Monkey Island fan should know this line by heart...
Guybrush finds a decent looking pirate
Important-looking pirates
Wanna buy a map?
House of Mojo
From left to right: The path to Elaine's mansion, the prision, and the church.
Exploring Melee Island - walking on the map, accessing points of interest
The troll of the bridge
Stan's previously owned vessels
Guybrush meets with governor Elaine Marley
Captain Smirk's Strong Body Pirate Gym
The Circus
That must've hurt! In case your wondering...the replies are "Where's my helmet" and "My name is Bobbin. Are you my mother?" (A line from Loom)
Outside the Governor's mansion - Animal rights notice
Training melee combat
Nearing the end of Act I. Guybrush has accumulated an embarrassing amount of inventory items. And he can perform such acrobatic moves, too!..
The best part of Monkey Island: Combating other pirates!
Close-up of Guybrush Threepwood
Act II is the journey to Monkey Island (TM). It opens with Guybrush the Captain in his cabin. He comments upon the bed
Talking to the mutinous crew. It was so hard to get them all together, and now they are being... mutinous!..
Nice scene up on the mast. Guybrush will sometimes share his thoughts with the player
Act III takes place on Monkey Island. It opens with this... interesting situation
Exploring Monkey Island. Vultures are flying above...
The lookout point on Monkey Island
One of the game's numerous cutscenes. Herman Toothrot explains to Guybrush what happened to his mate. Pretty dark humor here...
Visiting the Village of the Cannibals
A dialogue late in Act III. The final (and shortest) Act IV will begin soon. Typical Monkey Island humorous choices
The Software Toolworks' five-language CD-ROM version
Enhanced version of Monkey Island: look at the menu
Title Screen (EGA version)
The SCUMM Bar (EGA version)
The fort on Monkey Island (EGA version)
Monkey Island lookout (EGA version)
Meeting Elaine (EGA version)
The EGA version supported CGA graphics as well--Title screen